With WWDC 2016 kicking off in a little more than a week in San Francisco, Apple has just updated the conference’s official app with some notable improvements.
Say hello to the Apple TV
The conference's schedule has also been announced. Some of the sessions are sporting fun names because they official titles won't be revealed until after the keynote.
The biggest addition comes in the form of new version for the Apple TV. Viewers can now livestream sessions on the set-top box, an iPhone, or iPad. Sessions and videos from previous years are also available to view on the TV.
Along with a new design, version 5.0 also features multitasking capability on applicable iPads running iOS 9.
The WWDC app is universal for the iPhone/iPod touch, all iPad models, and the Apple TV. It can be downloaded now on the App Store for free.
Apple Watch users can event take advantage of the app on the wearable device. Here’s an interactive preview from our sister site WatchAware.
If you’re interested, our own Bryan M. Wolfe offered his predictions on what will be introduced at the conference. The event will kick off at 10 a.m. PDT on Monday, June 13 with a keynote from Apple at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.
As usual, Apple will provide a live stream of the event. And definitely keep it here at AppAdvice as we will be covering all of the major news live.